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Subject: Not an AUD. Just another damn good Miller
Happy 2-15 all you '73 heads out there.
Subject: Loving the '73...but long time, no Wharf Rat
It's been since mid-'72 since they've played Wharf Rat. In my chronological journey, I'm in need of one soon! 5 Stars because it is a great SBD.
Subject: About an average '73 show.
Some interesting jams, sounding a bit tentative.
This is no AUD recording. SDB for sure. The previous reviewer must have gotten mixed up a bit or reviewed something other than this C. Miller mix.
Tidewater four ten O nine -
Subject: Yes, SBD
Sounds like a SBD to me, high quality too, not an AUD. Any audience noise was probably picked up by stage microphones as opposed to a ghost taper.
I'll leave the actual reviewing to '73 Heads' but it seems a pretty good show to me with several of my post-Pigpen favourites well performed, "Eyes of the World" and all .....
No CD cover on Dead Pie Shop but Jessandra has a very nice one on her site.
I'm a bit of a luddite and am not into DVDs and/or mp3 players/ipods, preferring good old fashioned CDs. Rather than just put Casey Jones and the Johnny B.Goode encore on disc 3, I suggest burning disc 2 as normal and then burning disc 3 starting with Jack Straw from disc 2 and continuing all the way through to Johnny B.Goode. Some overlap yes, but more continuity and less wastage.
Downloaded from Lossless Legs of course, not this site.
Keep on Truckin'.
This recording sounds like a high quality AUD, but I have a hard time believing that it's a SBD.